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ASX slides at lunch; BHP and Rio still ahead; Q3 GDP jumps 3.3% – The Age

The ASX is flat with only the materials sector showing positive conviction. GDP data has beaten expectations and gold and iron ore miners are surging.



Following a review of Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) requirements, Mr Jiang Yuan sold all 509,757 shares on 30 November 2020, Australian Vintage told the market.
The net movement in shares being nil.
Last Wednesday Australian Vintage chair Richard Davis told shareholders at the annual general meeting that the company remains committed to China and has “fully cooperated” with China’s investigation into wine dumping by Australian growers.
“Australian Vintage has fully cooperated with the investigation…

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